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for google as its stock price set a new record. google shares were only $85 each when the ipo was issued in 2004. today google share prices closed above $800 an all-time high. mark sayre with more on the explosive growth and what it means for the bay area. >> reporter: elizabeth, according to the "wall street journal," google is only the fourth company ever to have this $800 stock price but despite that eye-popping number analysts say it's the ongoing work that the company is doing that's more important than the actual number. at the google plex at mountain mountain view, they are making big inroads in mobile computing. >> there are many one of these but there's only one google. >> reporter: he follows the tech industry for global equities research and says google has few peers when it comes to innovation. >> google has been doing phenomenally well when it comes to innovation. they are thinking big and bold. and they are thinking broad. those are the key recipes for success. >> reporter: they are dominant in digital ad revenue making mon in i with ad
was found this 20 commercial buildings in the area. including among the structures two new google office billings where renovations allowed higher than expected levels of tce to leach into the air in the buildings where google employees worked. >> how long have hot spots been there? >> we don't know how long or how, you know, how they got there. >> these hot spots is have been there a while and the people have been living above them or with this air in their home, is that correct is this. >> we don't know. >> now the epa was so concerned about the levels of the tce in the two homes they immediately began putting ventilation systems in them. as for the office buildings including google's, the epa said is that they have systems to keep vapors outside of the buildings now in place. google tells us that they take the matter seriously and they have taken measures to ensure that the area is safe. we will stay on the story. raj, jessica. >> an eye opening report, thank you, steven. happening now in fremont, police are on the scene of a multiple car crash, caused by a wrong way driver. nbc bay a
street cred is skyrocketing. >> well done. >> a father makes a duet with his daughter, google shows us how it feels when you wear their new glasses. >> another look at today's hottest videos online, first up google released thisqk9j clp shot with wearable technology, google glass. >> google said they're ready to make the first glasses available to the public. just press month more about 50 words. if you're chosen and willing to pay, you know, $1500 google glass is all yours. pretty good deal. up next, dad jesse peters and his daughter took over redit this morning with the cover of the song. >> that was written in 1968 only becoming well known after muppets performed it on "the muppet show". good luck getting it out of your head for the rest of the day. see you next time, bay area. >> thank you. >> up next, the cause that has the first lady's michelle obama and big bird teeming up. >> how this man's job is helping save lives of children. >> apple's voice recognition feature is popular but what i℠eh your phone doesn't have it? we team up to test out >>> checking healthy living news, a
ago, laura, it was not something you said out loud. everyone suspected china. google was the first to utter it. now people are just flat out saying that chinese government is conducting a concerted effort to harm it the united states, its industry and its commerce. the latest accusations coming from an american security company specifying a particular red army unit based near shanghai as doing the hacking. just a few hours ago, chinese officials called a press conference where they denied all of those accusations. said a majority of hacks against chinese companies originate in america. the thing that keeps this from trading into trade sanctions or war is our dependence on chinese manufacturing and we owe them a staggering amount of money so it's in nobody's interest for this thing to spiral out of control. >>> a report new out this morning, says china became the world's biggest trading partner eclipsing the united states. we're still the most productive company but we keep much of the product to ourselves. we make a tractor, we sell it in iowa, not china. >>> the markets back to wo
. here's scott mcgrew with a preview. >> google with start at a record price. yahoo gets even more purple. we'll look coming up. >>> it is 6:24. we are moments away from phoning of the markets. google able to make expensive history. >> shares in google will open above $800 for the first time ever. scott mcgrew, too expensive for some people. >> google waves a magic wand and makes each share worth two shares at half the price. this doesn't hurt current investors but p helps make the stock easier to buy. we are sure google would like to do it but they are tied up in legal matters. get them solved and a split is likely coming. here's your opening price. not bad for a stock that started at t $85 a share. this ipo. google at $806.85. many of the gains came last year after larry page took over his second time serving as ceo. mersa myers at yahoo! is making changes today. sometime today your site will look like this. it's so purple. purple is the official color of yahoo!. employees sometimes say they bleed purple. it's also myers's favorite color. this is the new yahoo! you will see today. this
. >> thanks so much. it's 5:09. how you can get your hands on google glasses before they're available to anyone else. >> very cool. we'll look at photo day down in scottsdale, arizona. we'll take you down to spring training camp for a look at what's happening. >>> faster wi-fi and better playstation. all kinds of upgrades in business and technology. >>> good morning to you. i'm laurence scott. the rain has stopped here in scottsdale for the time being at least. there's still a tarp on the field as they rise and shine here in arizona. yesterday it was pouring down rain. it was a good opportunity for guys to do something different. they got in some workouts inside in the weight room and some light throwing in this rain but it was also a day to get everybody together. they had them at one place at one time for photo day. they get one chance at this. this captures in time what giants will look like from 2013 season moving forward all in one day. take a look. annual spring training tradition where they dress up in full uniform posing for what will be used all season long on game programs o
zuckerberg and google co-founder and a venture capitalist launching the foundation. yesterday the organization handing out a total of $33 million to 11 health researchers studying stem cells, genetic cancer and other diseases. one of those winners is a stem cell researcher at the gladstone industry in san francisco. that cash award is double the size given those for prestigious nobel prize. >> where they could lead and if we could find cures. nice giving back. >>> a big announcement from google also has silicon valley buzzing this morning. >> predicting more money and more jobs and more people. see which south bay mayor is crowing his city the new center of silicon valley. >>> they're being called the new monsters of lake tahoe. see why goldfish have biologists and environmentalists worried this morning. >>> take a look at this live look outside. wichita, kansas, this morning. they really got blanketed in snow. nothing compared to the bit of the white stuff that landed here in the bay area. a big midwest storm hitting that area. lots of folks having to dig out this morning. 4:
, google founder brin and milner, 11 researches were awarded $3 million each in areas like cancer research and gene mapping. zuckerberg it is aiming to entice more young people to enter the science field. >> hopefully what we are doing today will create something that is an inspiration to folks to encourage more work that you are taking on. >> the recipients of this year's prizes will help to choose next year's winners. the next award will have five prizes each focused on a different disease. >> why you need to shell out more money, or cash, next time you park in san francisco. >> it's like a smartphone for your head. google gives us a peek inside their latest technology and how you can get one for yourself. >> and thousands of california workers forced to take big pay cuts. perhaps, the details next. >> california will be hit hard, that is the prediction from defense secretary leon panetta, he told congress today the automatic spending cuts will cripple the workforce. he said quote the vast majority of the workers will have to be furloughed one day a week for half of the year. >> i think
and wrecking all the contents. the homeowner says the tree fell because the roots were diseased. >>> google has reached a height never achieved. it stock heights hit and then closed above the $8 mark today. google closed at $806.85 this comes eight years after google stock topped $7 a share. analysts are crediting larry page under his two year leadership google continued to push into ambitious new areas that are growing more opportunities to sell advertising. and google's android software now powers more than 600 million smart phones and tablet computers. >>> on wall street it was an update for all the mayor indexes. the the áf dow was up 53 points, the nasdaq was up 21. and the s & p was up 11. word that office depot may merge with its smaller rival officemax drove the markets up. >>> today president obama ramped up pressure on congress. surrounded by first responders, the president said that slashing funding would hurt the economy. >> this is not an abstraction. there's people who's livelihoods are at stake. their communities are going to be impacted in a negative way. >> the cuts which woul
launch. >> reporter: considered the royalty of silicon valley, facebook founder mark zuckerberg, google co-founder sergey brin, and milner. today they weren't talking tech. they were rewarding science. >> the reason i'm excited about this is because i think society needs more heroes who are scientists and researchers and engineers. >> reporter: the group is banding together as an innovation dream team to launch the first ever life science breakthrough pride, one of the world's largest research awards. for its first out iing it's awarding 11 medical researchers $3 million apiece for their work. >> hopefully what we're doing here today can help create something that will be really inspirational to folks to encourage more people to do the important work that you are taking on. >> reporter: going forward the group will hand out five $3 million prizes a year, each going to a different disease research. brim says google will focus on park parkinson's disease. >> to have this kind of platform, for parkinson's res research. >> reporter: among the recipients is cancer researcher louis cantley. >
is under arrest once again. >> we told you last night about a problem seeping into google. tonight how toxic trouble is spreading to a crowded bay area neighborhood. >> got some clouds rolling into the bay area right now. we have gone from mainly sunny to mainly cloudy over the past two hours. is this indicative of a weather change to think about toward the weekend? we'll look all the way into march in my extended forecast coming up. >>> the san jose woman who lied about finding a finger in a bowl of wendy's chili is in hot water again. mark sayre says this time she is accused of cooking up a story to protect her son. mark. >> reporter: allen, this is a serious case. anna ayala facing a felony charge in this latest case and that infamous chili finger situation is already playing a role in how this case is being handled. 47 yearly anna ayala shielded her face from the cameras her son 26-year-old guadalupe junior reyes appeared in court on crutches. she is known around the nation after making up a story in 2005 about finding a severed finger in a bow
. >>> but first, if you can't get your hands off of your smartphone, google is suggesting you wear the internet. we'll show how you google glass works. and we'll tell you how you can get your hands on a pair. we'll be right back. >>> and welcome back, everybody. well, sony has unveiled its playstation 4, sort of. the company talked about its next gaming unit but never actually showed the console, just the controller and a few games. but it did show what playstation 4 can do. the most important changes, much of the system will be cloud-based. and on top of that, a button that you can use to post a video on special media of your success when you win. >>> the prices of used cars are skyrocketing because they're scarce. the automakers cut production on top of that. three to five years later, there aren't as many used cars from that period. with the incentives and lower interest rates for a used car, they're not much more than a used one. >>> an american executive who criticized the work ethic. morrie taylor says french workers get paid high wages but only work three hours a day. and guying a goodye
university, and they offer online classes including stanford and duke. >> mountain view google is holding a contest to let the winners try out for the next big thing in mobile computing, called google glass a tablet like device embedded in a pay of eyeglasses this responds to voice command rather than the town. they expect i to go on sale in the family but google will let a number of people try them out by submitting an application of 50 words or less on google plus or twitter with a hash tag "if i had glass." the deadline is wednesday. the mayor and now lieutenant governor looks good in that the winners have to pay $1,500. google will not say how many winners there are but the glasses are awarded to creative individuals. you pay $1,500 and you get to try it out? >> that is "winning"? glad we don't have a lot of contests like that. you win the lottery you pay me a million. >> sounds like an e-mail i got from the jury folks. >> it is cool but not so much as yesterday. we have a breeze. the winds are trying to blow change in the forecast. right now, the only thing we seed is radar return wa
, the investigation is ongoing and it is a very handy app and free at the apple app and google play and you can navigate the commute. in san jose, an injury accident, a car ran the intersection and hit the bus and minor injuries involved and that person, one person, has been transported so they are in the clearing phases of this capital expressway. san jose with a live look the headlights neighboring -- snaking 280 northbound. >> a ferry has become too popular forcing the transit agency and the 6:00 a.m. ferry for san francisco left the larkspur terminal and it is a great way to get to work, very civilized, relaxing, hop on the ferry a quick trip to san francisco, no traffic, no worries, that is the good news. more than a few commuters have figured it out and it is causing problems. larkspur golden gate ferry service is so popular sold out boats are daily events into the city in the morning. the officerry carries 5, 500 passengers a day but parking at the terminal is very limited, only 1,400 spaces and they sell out fast and commuters know it. >> the price of gas is becoming more and more expen
the south bay. certainly a cold start. >> google opens above 2k4r8z -- $800 a share for the first time. this despite economic uncertainty. >> washington politicians say they will work. they are celebrating another all-time high for google stock. not bad for a company that started at $85 a share. google this morning at $806.85. now much of the gains came in the last year after larry page took over oh. his second time serving as ceo. $806 is a ridiculous stock price. it makes it hard for the average mom and pop investor to buy more than just a few shares. that decreases demand. most companies in this situation would solve the problem with a stock split. that is, wave a magic wand and make each share worth two shares at half the price. it doesn't hurt current investors but makes the stock easier to buy. by we're pretty sure google would like to do it but thef lyle matters. the split is likely coming. seema has a market check. good morning. >> good morning to you. the dow hit a new five-year high while the nasdaq broke above 3200 for the first time in is it years. it was the first time for
vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> google is planning on opening retain stores to get more google products into the haps of customers. -- hands of customers. the company will open in major areas by the end of the year. the idea is to get customers to come into the stores to get familiar with devices. >>> another governor is working to lure business out of california. iowa governor will meet with businesses that have a presence in iowa. the iowa governor didn't say which part of california he plans to visit. last week texas governor rick perry made a similar trip to california. he met with a lot of business leaders during his visit but there was no indication he convinced any of them to relocate to texas. >>> in 7 minutes, how soon you could see rain and a big temperature drop. >> first, a popular distiller back tracks, why the back lash might be good for business. >> i am done. only one i have. >> after the break a high-speed chase take as deadly turn -- takes a deadly turn. a driver tried to take down a police officer. >>> a high speed police chase in san jose ended with a deadly crash. p
a reward. made them feel good. >> good for them. thank you for that. >>> facebook and google teaming up now to help you live longer. >> giving millions of kls to scientists to -- dollars to scientists who are working on diseases. >> i think our society needs more heroes, scientists, researchers, engineers. you are doing the amazing work. the thing we could do is build institutions that celebrate and reward and recognize all of the real work you are doing. >> other responsers include google and apple. they raised $30 million for what it is calling the break through prize. >>> coming up a four-year-old saves her sister from a car wreck and that is not even the most incredible part of the story. >> what would you do if a gunman came to your work or school and started shooting? >> why an oscar nominee was detained? >> and the city where there are so many wild turkeys parents are afraid to let their kids outside. >> weather was wild yesterday but much calmer today, how long do we stay dry and which weekend day will year-old sister from a car crash that
tomorrow Ãplans to ba private hangar to house google executive jets. google planes currently housed at moffett field. >> america's largest cycling event looking for volunteers. amgen tour begins in southern california finishing in santa rosa. the race will run south to north. if you're interestedville lun tears can register at amgen tour of >> looks like a lot of fun but students are learning. >> they are. efforts to make >>> coming up at 6:00 a string of pharmacy hold ups only on abc 7 news drugs they're after, what it could mean when you go to fill a prescription. also, dan ashley talks to the president about his agenda for the second term and stumbling block that could prevent a fast start. and bay area couple headed for hollywood with front-row tickets to the oscar autos thank you. >> radio+éur)ç disney trying toe science the star treatment. >> it's actually a science lesson. students learned about kinetic energy from break dancers. >> a chal dwrompk look at sciences in a different way through our activities and our engaging entertainment we've created. >> what
by five percent. >>> stocks struggled today, dow lost points concerned over growth in europe. google released a new high end laptop, starting at $1300, including a high resolution display and weighs over 3 pounds, no hard drive but free data storage. google's previous books were marked affordable and some under $200. >>> years now nilson tracked viewers and the company is now tracking content on tablets and mobile phones and networks and amazon. it is expected to increase. >>> whether a song makes it in the music business could come down utube picks. billboards will announce how many utube picks a song has and factor it in the top 100 song chart. the new rule was implemented when harlam shake debuted as number one. >>> the thrill of checking out a library book is invaluable but for one group of children, that field trip may come to an end. we learn more about it being too dangerous. >> we apologize, we are having a problem with the report. we hope to bring it to you later. >>> oakland, a steel girder from the world trade center has a new home, it is encased in a special box. firefigh
. >>> google is looking at a controversial way to put illegal download site the out of business. they are talking to master card, pay pal and visa about this. now executives want to shut down sites dedicated to offering those materials instead of having to change its own search results. >>> a tax watch-dog group says facebook earned moor than a billion dollars in pretax profits last year. but the citizens for tax justice says the social network will not pay any taxes on that. that's because of a multibillion-dollar tax deduction. the group says facebook may get a $429 million refund. i'm sure they will like that. >> that's huge. >> yeah. >>> 7:20. i hope you like the weather this weekend. yesterday was nice. but the changes are on the way. look outside our window there. meteorologist steve paulson tracking rain and snowshowers headed our way. >>> also an incredible discovery in the laundry room in southern california. that was tied to a world war ii hero. >>> good morning. southbound interstate 680 looks pretty good heading to the south bay. we'll tell you more about this monday
, nasa taking social media to the final frontier. later this morning the space agency holding the google plus hangout. i like the sound of that. very cool. astronauts from the international space station will be answering questions posted through nasa's twitter and facebook account and a lucky few will get a chance to chat face to face with crew members all of the way from deep space. today's google plus hangout will start at 7:00 this morning. >> pretty cool. twitter, tumbler and pinterest the latest target for hackers. they're not going after pictures. they want your personal information. courtney reagan with details on that and a look at how futures are trading for this friday morning. good morning, courtney. >> hi, good morning to you. futures are trading hire indicating a higher open on this friday morning after stocks fell for a second straight stay. traders responded to disappointing data. now there is new economic data today. look for earnings from abercrombie & fitch. the dow fell to 13,8880. nasdaq slipped 31 points. >>> addresses were accessed by a hacker who attacked a compan
on google's g-mail service. jonathan bloom shows us what it is about. >> you go through every single word of your g-mail. >> they sell ads so i get googled. >> is that is the free email service. out >> it doesn't read your attachments or use that for advertising. >> in fact manager says there less advertising because they use less space to use facebook book posts. >> they have making sure that google plus works good but you love linked in and let's make sure it all woq totaling. >> and they added features like scheduling daily emails to delete themselves each day. >> the far most used is delete button. >> and attachments like photo albums. microsoft gives you 7 gigs of free cloud storage for that. >> they sent six emails with four attachments and something funny. so we made it easy to share. >> biggest news about is what it is replacing. microsoft is shutting down hot mail which was recently the most popular free email service. >> they have a branding problem with hot mail. >> hot mail just stopped being cool. >> it was the email address for grandparents and spamers.
and you can download this free app to navigate the commute at apple app and google play. san jose the early accident is cleared out of the lanes to the shoulder so traffic is getting by with little delay. here is 280, beyond 17 overcrossing, light conditions through san jose, and a pretty skylightening up there, as well. >> now 6:20. a major announcement children across the country will be awaiting today involving what they will probably want if christmas this year. >> but, first, hand tan tieser hazard, a young girl who used the product literally catches on fire. >> today our show is all about medical mistakes that happen more often than you may realize, with a life saving medical checklist to keep you and your checklist to keep you and your kids [ mom ] 3 days into school break and they're already bored. hmm, we need a new game. ♪ that'll save t ♪ so will bounty select-a-size. it's the smaller powerful sheet. the only one with trap + lock technology. look! one select-a-size sheet of bounty is 50% more absorbent than a full size sheet of the leading ordrdinary bran. use less.
a private hangar to house jets that belong to google senior executives. it would be used by other companies. you are looking at an artist rendering of the facility expected it bring in $3 million a year to the airport. google planes are housed at moffitt field. >> state senator jerry hill will unveil legislation today that would ensure that california high-speed rail would not add new tracks through the peninsula. the bill has specific language to guarantees the high-speed rail would run on two existing tracks shared with caltrain. rail officials have promised hill they would thought add two additional tracks making a total of four on the peninsula. many neighbors oppose this. it includes making caltrain run on electric power making high-speed rail and caltrain compatible with each other. >> it is warmer this morning, right? >> here and out there. mike has the forecast. >> well start with a live picture from our camera of the dancing lights on the bay bridge, kind of cool and looks like fireflies and another point birds and now, just kind of solid, but they will come up with another pattern
widespread attack against apple computers to date. >>> google sored topping $8 hun for the first time. analysts sigh google should be in good shape for years to come. you tube is a growing platform for advertisers and android software is used in more than 600 million smart phones and tab lets. when google went public back in 2004 the share price was $84. today the stock closed at 806 dlrs up nearly 14 dlrs or close to 2%. the dow industrial gained 52 points. the dow is now less than 1% below its all-time high. nasdaq rose 21 points today. >>> a big new development project was unveiled today for the mission rock neighborhood of san francisco just south of at&t park. as rob ross explains the city's largest brewery as big plans for that space. >> the giants are planning for more than world championships. the ownership is proposing a $1.6 billion development called mission rock, and today announcesed its first tenant. lee and giants ceo larry bear, san francisco's own brewing company celebrated its plan to expand its operation into pierre 48, a huge tenant for a huge development. anchors
they say google is minding g-mail for users. they do have software that might interest g-mail users and industry users say it has been an accepted structure for years. >>> police responded to gunfire detection system and when they arrived they found a 30-year- old male with multiple gunshot wounds to his legs. so far there is no suspect information which has been released. >>> we are finding out how part rays could affect the cost of oysters. they are making a final legal push and if it does close, ouster prices will go up. tomorrow they will hear arcments. this that happens, the price of moisture is about to go up since they are responsible for productions. >>> the show is over for a local you tube musician. for two weeks, he has been playing his piano on a bluff in half-moon bay and he had planned to do it every night for a month but without a permit he decided to stop and he decided to officially retire the piano with fire. >> so many people are enjoying this and i feel very proud. >> his sister said setting the piano on fire was a way to set its soul free. >> we meant to give yo
-watch could present a revolution in wearable tech, but we've also seen google into this field too. >> right. the google glasses. still seems very weird to me, but people are actually wearing these things? >> possibly. well, actually, they are. so diane vaughn thirstenberg for her show in new york fashion week this year created a film of about four minutes shot entirely with google glasses. so here you see her in the film that is entirely from her perspective, and what the google glasses are, it's is not just an extension of your phone, it's an extension of yourself. so they've got a camera built in. there's actually -- when you wear the glasses, you see images and video overlaid into what's in front of you. >> what a weird perspective of the world. it almost seems creepy. >> it's creepy, it's extremely advanced and futuristic, and the biggest question about many of google's products is the world ready for a device like this? or do we need to go you know, tip toe into the category with something like an apple i- watch? >> i don't think i want
be one of the first to own google glass. >> kpix 5 is the official television station for the bay bridge opening ceremony. we are counting down the days until the new eastern span opens in september. we will keep you posted on big plans for the big day. the fourth quarter last year. the company says sales came in >>> silicon valley-based electric carmaker tesla motors reported today it lost $90 million in the 4th quarter last year. the company says sales came in slightly ahead of expectations. but not enough to keep the stock from sinking more than 6% in after-hours trading. tesla insists that those losses are now in the rear view mirror. the company expects to generate a slight profit for the current quarter with production improving and capital expenditures decreasing. >>> the latest accessory in smart tech following could be yours if you're lucky and willing to pay up. google is going to sell its brand-new internet glasses to contest winners. the product is called google glass. the company says it works like a smartphone but the eyewear resp
in the midwest. >> silicon valley dirty past unearthed. the toxic fumes seeping into google. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure this out. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ ♪ causing big problems for drivers. news cameras caught this mishap... a transit bus fishtailed and crashed into a pole in kansas city, missouri. >>> a snowstorm causing problems for drivers in the midwest. a transit bus fishtailed, crashed in a pole. this is in kansas city, missouri. took the pole out. the roads were so icy in the area, the region's transit system was temporarily shut down for reasons like this. the buses are operating again this morning. >> good time to stay home. the storm also brought impressive lightning
. facebook c l mark zuckerberg , google co-founder sir ergey brin and apple board chairman art levenson announce the creation of a break for prize for health sciences. the group is pouring millions of their own money into awarding those of conduct research that could save lives. xzuckenberg explain why this award is one for to him. not bad. the founding sponsor of the brick reprise have committed to providing five, $3 million debt stashed $3 million prices every year going forward. each prize winner will join the selection committee for future recipients. >> boeing is working to get its grounded 787 streamliner dreamliners back in service. boeing will present temporary plant for the f a this week. it addresses several potential causes of problems related to the lithium ion battery. the batteries are the center said the investigation in the u.s. and japan after fires aboard 2787. >> the entire 787 fleet was grounded worldwide in january. >> google as giving a few more people a chance to pay $1,500 for a pair of internet connected glasses that the company is touting as the next breakthrou
-out war. after attacks on facebook, google, twitter, "the new york times," coca-cola, and even apple, america, it seems, is in the midst of a cyber war against china. >> this it does seem that these attacks and intrusions are more brazen. >> reporter: mike is a former cyber policy adviser at the defense department. he says our government is threatened along with our personal information and says while the hackers are smart, the bay area tech industry is smarter. >> i think ideally i would like to see the government hooking up with more silicon valley companies. >> reporter: and that's happening inside the security companies like barracuda networks. here they're aware of the threat from china. they say when it comes to protecting your personal data it's a threat they see every hour. >> it happens all the time. it happens from everywhere. china just has the means to cover it up. >> reporter: so the attacks can be more brazen and out in the open which means we know what chinese hackers are using to attack us and sometimes it's our own technology. >> very similar tools people can use to
their for the tunes together to recognize the brightest minds in science. facebook's mark zuckerbergs google were at uc san francisco to announce the winners of the newly formed breakthrough prize in life sciences. each of the 11 winners will receive a $3 million prize. that is more than the noble prize hands out. the goal is to recognize top medical researchers and bring attention to the top sciences. >> intent is to catch the attention of the younger generations to say here is another area you can go into where yolks you can also become famous and wealthy and at the same time do something spectacular for humanity by helping to cure some disease. >> the prize committee will hand out $3 million prizes annually. >>> simple technology helped police get a man they believe is responsible for a day light theft. nick smith has the story. >> reporter: most online shoppers have packages delivered to their home. damon is one of them. >> there was a larger package and a smaller pack on on top. >> he can't always be home when packages are due to thieves know it. alameda police used the video to identify the
symptoms. >>> new legal trouble for lance armstrong, plus a major expansion at google's mountain view campus. we'll show you what it will look like. >> she claims she found a finger in her chili. now a south bay woman is back behind bars accused in a new hoax. >> she has a history of manipulating the system for her own game. >> lance armstrong is facing a formittable new foe, the justice department announced they are filing a lawsuit against armstrong. it alleges that armstrong used muscle enhancement drugs. >>> police say she's done it again. the woman who went to prison for claiming she found a severed finger inside a bowl of chili is back in court. she's now accused of another made up story. >> reporter: it is apparent that ayala was not happy to be back in court and back in the public eye. ayala hid her face while appearing in court. ayala became known after claiming she found a severed finger in a bowl of chili. she was sentenced to four years in prison. >> all i know she's a good person and she's my sister and that i love her and i will support her till the end. >> reporter: now
. >>> it's a big number, and it's something google has never managed to do until today. >> it is a big number. the price topped $800 for the first time. the price boosted by a resume they're google may soon open retail stores just as apple has done. >>> and all eyes will be on tesla motors tomorrow. that's when the palo alto-based electric car maker will hold its quarterly earnings call. it's the first financial report since its high profile feud with "the new york times" over an unflattering view of the new model s. we're back in a moment with dave feldman and the report from spring training. >>> good evening. i'm dave feldman in the comcast sportsnet studios. the warriors and sharks were having a little contest tonight between themselves, each trying to be the first to win a game since prior to the super bowl. that's quite some time. warriors opened the second half of the season in salt lake city against the jazz, and their skid continues. jazz led the entire game, and they were victorious, 115-101. steph curry had a game-pie hawaii 29 for the warriors who have lost a season high six
what happens. >>> facebook and google teaming up to help you live a little longer. >> they are giving millions of dollars to scientists who are working on cures for diseases and extending life. >> i think that our society needs more heroes who are scientists and researchers and engineers. and you guys are doing all the amazing work. and the thing that we can do from the sidelines is build institutions that celebrate and reward and recognize all of the real work that you guys are doing. >> other sponsors include google cofounder sergey brin and apple's art levinson. so far the group has raised over $30 million for what is called the breakthrough prize. >>> a michigan woman wants to be honest about her age but facebook just won't let her. and her name is marguerite. there she is. she is legally blind. she is 104 years old. but she has a facebook account. why not? every day her granddaughter updates the facebook account for her except she cannot update her grandmother's age. >> i would like it say she is 104 on facebook and april 1
back. google stock goes where it's never gone before. the milestone for the bay area >>> new at 6:00 tonight, google stock goes where it has never gone before. the milestone for the bay area tech giant and how the company's strategy has paid off big time. that story and much more coming up at 6:00. >> well, thank you for watching. the "cbs evening news with scott pelley" is next. the latest news and weather are always on captions by: caption colorado terror. >> they don't teach us in the academy how to protect your family when there's >> they don't teach us in the academy how to protect your family when there's a maniac that wants to kill your children. >> pelley: for the first time, l.a. police officers targeted by christopher dorner tell their stories. john miller has the interviews. what drove the newtown shooter to kill? bob orr has the latest clues. as his girlfriend is laid to runner oscar pistorius tells the court he can't imagine why he's been charged with her murder. emma hurd was in the courtroom. and women revolt
in a row where they remain unchanged and it is better than economists expected. google announced they are working on a touch screen chrome book and they say the google chrome book will uncut the surface tablet and they are not clear when the new device will go on sale. >>> in san francisco, it took more than an hour for police to break it up. this was part of a bigger problem. >>> giant gold fish in lake tahoe, how they got there and the big problems they could cause. . >>> dow jones industrial average down 61 points and a couple of stocks to watch, wal- mart reported mixed news and right now that stock is up 6%. >>> they shot some video of a shocking scene monday morning. >> call the cops. >> you are seeing several street fights, a fight broke out in san francisco and it took police more than an hour to break it all up two officers got hurt. drunk and fights are happening more often and it is a problem where police are understaffed. >> there is a need for more patrols and i have seen the good times and bad times and this is a low point unfortunately. >> the problem for nightclub
. in the newsroom, elissa harrington, kpix 5. >>> historic day for google. stock in the internet search engine is trading above $800 for the very first time ever. slow climb to 800 though. google topped 700 over five years ago. but now it's going strong. overall, stocks are higher today too after the long president's day weekend. up nearly 50 points on this tuesday. >>> a big announcement today in the mission rock development along san francisco's waterfront. the san francisco giants say they have secured their first tenant for the almost $2 billion project. kpix 5's cate caugiran is in san francisco today to tell us who is looking to move in. so who is it, cate? >> reporter: well, let me tell you, it is anchor brewing company, the maker of the beloved anchor steam beer is going to be making pier 48 its new home making the local favorite a new tenant for the giants project. the giants plan is to put the $1.6 billion project across from mccovey cove and at&t park, it's also known as the mission rock development. it's a tourist draw with a restaurant and muse
. >>> google is going to sell its new internet glasses to contest winners. the company says google glass works like a smartphone but the eyewear responds to voice commands. contestants have to tell goingle what they would do if they had their own pair of google glasses in 50 words or less and a 15-second video, as well. winners still have to pay $1,500 if they win. i guess to get the glasses. >> i guess so, yeah. >> kind of a catch. >>> time now is 5:51. check your kitchen. the popular cereal that may have pieces of glass inside. >> this money didn't belong to us. >> and a valentine's day they will never forget. how a bay area couple's romantic stroll turned into a true test of honesty. feed me! saving you money -- now, that's progressive. call or click today. lysol believes no toilet is complete, until it's completely clean. lysol toilet bowl cleaner gives you maximum coverage from the rim down to the water line to kill 99.9% of germs. and removes stains better than clorox toilet bowl cleaner with bleach. so if you want to do the whole job, lysol's got you cov
is considered to be oversaturated with alcohol licenses. >>> google stock reaches a new milestone. let's check the latest numbers with kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. well over 800. >> that's right. >> reporter: google topping $800 for the first time yesterday. stock is really on a tear over the past six months. gaining $200. you can chalk it up to android becoming the dominating system for mobile devices overseas and google dominating and searching's display advertising. stocks starting today at just under $807. getting looks at the u.s. economy this morning. new home construction fell to 890,000. however a lot of it came on a drop in apartment construction. single family homes were up slightly and a sign of future activity, building per mitts up 2% from the year -- permits up 2% from the year earlier. >>> the labor department reports the wholesale side of the producer price index was up two-tenths of a percent although it was the first increase since september. you can blame food prices for that. they were up by 7/10ths of a percen
is coming to light at google's complex in mountain view with roots in the 1970s when companies used cancer-causing chemicals to make can he chips and dumped -- computer chips and dumped thousands of gallons of the toxic solvent tce into the ground. a recent construction project let toxic vapors into two google buildings. >> there has to be repairs to the slab foundation and that's how vapors may have been created to potentially migrate into the building. >> the epa says it takes decades of exposure to tce to cause problems. google says it's taking steps to protect its workers. >>> 6:41. not just a hefty price tag. the very unusual catch coming with $100 million bay area mansion. >> plus, slipping and sliding in the midwest. what happens when a bus loses control on icy roads. >> the market opened up 10 minutes ago on this friday. let's check the early numbers. out of the gate in a big way on this final day of trading this week. we're going to check in with kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks right after the break. lysol believes no toil
security rules and hiring guidelines. >>> google's plan to build its own hangar at san jose airport is running into problems. another company has put a bid in for the development but was rejected for incomplete application. they say their bid is more lucrative than going sglool after a meteor impact in russia, a near-miss by an asteroid and a fireball over the bay area last night, we're still here, but some day we may not be so lucky. a local group of scientists hopes this brings attention to their cause, a cause they all believe we should care about. bob has more from mountain view. >> reporter: inside one of these offices here in mountain view, a team of scientists are trying to save our cities from very large asteroids. this is home to the v6-12 foundation a non-profit group that has been raising money to send in orbit around the sun a space telescope that will be able to detect the asteroids we can't see from earth. within the first month of its operation in 2018, the foundation expects sentinel, as it is called to discover more asteroids than earth-based telescopes have over th
everything. >> the traditional thinking has been if you want to be the next apple, facebook or google, you have to take your idea west. the new thinking, not necessarily so. >> you see the light bulb go on that no longer do we have to say to ourselves silicon valley is the only place to go if i have a startup dream. >> that this prescribe between 1776 which will soon occupy this space in undowntown washington, dc. an example of a tech hub far from silicon valley. >> we talk about being founded by founders, and every city in mrs. has a core strength of having been built largely by entrepreneurs. >> the goal, bringing young companies together on a campus of sorts, creating a community among them and helping them find ways to maximize the city around them, rather than leave home base. >> silicon valley has awesome assets unique too that ecosystem. we -- it's all about how to build a community that derives from the assets. >> a concept budding entrepreneurs can apply in the city. >> ama: let's get to leigh glaser for a check on the weather and how soon it will be changing. >> leigh: at it goin
, jodie. a new milestone for google and its investors. shares of the mountainview search company found their way above the $800 billion mark for the first time. the stock price came as a rumor circulated that the company may soon open retail stores like apple. >> apple, meanwhile, making news for being the victim of a hack attack. the company confirmed that some of its internal systems were infected by malicious software. >> tonight, at 6:00, scott budman looks into the hacking and fighting back to protect your privacy. >> still here ahead at 5:00. there's one thing the thief didn't count on. >> and it's a surgery that tens of thousands of women choose each year. but the innovation may not be worth the cost. plus -- >> they are truly the underdog. and i have always had a thing for the underdog in my life. and they desperately need help. >> from the corporate track to the bunny trail. one woman's mission to save thousands of animals and find them a new home. >>> and good afternoon, we're tracking this storm this afternoon, the most rain in the south bay. it's now right now in the highwa
as a musician sets fire to his instrument. but first the tech boats this morning. >> google is the latest company planning to open their own stores by next christmas with executives feeling many potential customers for their devices need to get their hands on them before buying. other silicon valley companies are sighing a potential jackpot in online gambling and states are considering legalizing internet wages and facebook and zynga are gearing up. high-tech companies would create get your tweet than resume, the 140-character job interview a test of how well job applicants handle social media like twitter the have almost tastes like one of jack's cereals. fiber one. uh, forgot jack's cereal. [ jack ] what's for breakfast? um... try the number one! yeah, this is pretty good. male announcer ] over a third of a day's fiber. fiber one. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ we, we chocolate cross over. ♪ yeah, we chocolate cross over. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing fiber one 80 calorie chocolate cereal. ♪ chocolate. >> san ramon, san mateo and all the bay are
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zero for that. >> reporter: one of nissan's goals is to develop a driverless car, the kind google rolls around the bay area. but it's not easy and these robots are just a start. >> the silicon valley is the heart of autonomous vehicles. it's the heart of advanced technology and communication and human machine interface. this is where all the best and brightest people and research institutes are located. >> reporter: giving me san a place to grow and innovate giving your next car a cutting edge. nissan says it has about 20 people work iing at its new silicon valley center now with plans to expand to about 60 people. jessica? >> okay, thank you, scott. first, there was texas governor rick perry. now iowa governor terry bran stead calls golden state a happy hunting ground. he wants west coast businesses to consider setting up shop in iowa. he will spend a week in california but he won't say what businesses he'll be courting. he says iowa's efforts to reduce commercial taxes should make the state attractive. just last week governor perry visited the bay area to meet entrepreneurs and some b
. >> coming up first, going after google, a new set for microsoft outlook trying to take a bite out of gmail. >> live doppler 7 hd working west to east at half moon bay, 92 a beautiful highway one right there getting wet with light showers. it crosses over to california drive and bayshore highway and it is dry at sfo but you will have another rain. the rain is in the middle of the bay headed to san leandro boulevard and alameda and mcarthur boulevard. st. mary's is getting wet spilled to walnut creek headed toward concord. the big picture shows we have more storms to the north, the more organized and heavier activity that will move in from about 8:00 through 1:00 o'clock from north to south. scattered thunderstorms are possible with rain and hail and lightning also today. >> back to the san mateo bridge, reports of a stall blocking a lane on the high-rise and it is not really affecting us, but a little bit of slow traffic on the highway rise section but traffic is moving nicely on the flat section and hopefully that will be cleared nicely with rain with wet roads on the san mateo bridge. hay
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